. and it is super, super slow. two cnn work horses are watching this story, the surreal moment, in time. our john zarrella, first to you, where is the shuttle now? and how fast are we moving? is it still two miles an hour, or even slower? >> reporter: yeah, actually, and before that, i have to get us a couple of those signs, that is great. but it is actually moving less than two miles an hour, they actually had difficulty in the tight turns, where the clearances were just a couple of miles. but we are on the roof top of a parking garage of a mall. and you can see the tremendous crowd that is gathering and continued to gather, look down the street down there, don. all lined up down the street here waiting for endeavour, which is about an hour behind schedule. and i'm joined with stephanie stillson, what is with nasa. she has been responsible for getting all three of the space shuttle orbiters prepared for their final home. and stephanie, just look at the crowd, spectacular. >> it is actually more people than i expected, and i expected a lot. so you see them pouring in, continuously, that is great.